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Benjamin Bachrach, Ph.D.
Senior Vice President, Sensors, Signals, and Systems Division

As Vice President of the Signals and Systems Division, Dr. Bachrach manages the research and development of the sensing, signal Processing and robotics groups within IAI. His current research is focused on vision-based automated systems for target identification and tracking, specialized steerable laser range finders, robotic systems for physical rehabilitation, and RF-based real-time location systems. In the area of tool-mark analysis and comparison, he is among the first researchers to develop unique tools for topographical analysis of bullets, cartridge cases and other tool-marks of forensic relevance. This patented technology pioneered by Dr. Bachrach has been licensed to the largest worldwide supplier of bullets and cartridge cases evidence analysis systems.

Dr. Bachrach received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Tel Aviv University, and his PhD. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1997, where he specialized in control systems and communications. He has been with IAI since 1997 and has held the various leadership positions over his tenure at IAI.

IAI's streamlined business process and participation in several IDIQ govt. contract vehicles provides our customers several ways to access our technical services. Current contracting options/vehicles include:

  • General Services Administration
  • STOC II - Prime Contractor
  • Volpe CNS/Traffic Manager OMNI contract - Subcontract to Raytheon
  • Transportation Information Project Support (TRIPS) -Subcontract to CSC
  • Small Business Innovation Research
  • FAA SE202 SIR 1 - Subcontractor to ITT
  • FAA SE202 SIR 2 - Subcontractor to CSSI
  • NASA LITES - Subcontractor to SGT
  • CDC CIMS - Subcontractor to Northrop

Contact for more information on these contract vehicles

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